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Mouse Guard

Postby Winged » Wed Sep 16, 2009 11:33 am

Few comics that exist for free online have ever convinced me to buy a hard copy, and fewer still are those that can sway me to buy a hard cover hard copy. Mouse Guard is the exeption to this. First of all it's tought not to be impressed by the art, which is both illistrated and colored masterfuly, but to me that was just the bait, the real hook was the story and charicter development.

In short, I like mouse guard alot and think you should read it if you like swords, rodents, the idea of takeing down the equivelent of a three story owl with an axe, or even if none of these thing.
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Re: Mouse Guard

Postby Occasional Sage » Wed Nov 11, 2009 8:51 pm

There's also a great RPG spin-off. Two thumbs up for both the novels and the game.
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